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After three full days of Smashing at the second largest Super Smash Brothers Melee tournament ever, [A]rmada is your champion after taking a close grand finals over Liquid Hungrybox. The Big House 5 was the second largest tournament ever, behind only EVO 2015 earlier this summer, and thanks to the Compendium, had a Melee prize pool of over $18,000. Like EVO 2015,...
TSM ZeRo kept his Smash for Wii U win streak alive at The Big House 5 this weekend in Michigan. Prior to the event, ZeRo (view rankings) appeared hesitant about entering the largest fall major and many wondered if a break was on the horizon. Despite this, ZeRo found the motivation to push through and compete - and viewers were treated to some of the best Smash Wii U gameplay to date with over 50,000 concurrent viewers tuning into...

Many Smashers have been interested in the Asia Pacific scene after a surge of content about it. Singapore, The Philippine and Korea have all been growing steadily over the past few months due to a variety of reasons.

We recently sat down with Korea Smash's leader, Ray Chun to talk about his competitive life, his scene and his experiences growing Melee in it. The interview also covers his thoughts about the state of the scene and it's potential future.

Popi: Good evening Ray and thanks for...
In April 2015, Shiny Quaqsire originally shook the fanbase when discovered, at that time, unused audio files for Ryu, Roy and Lucas as well as stage music for Dreamland 64. Shortly after making the audio discoveries, Shiny Quaqsire found unused database entries for both characters and stages in the 3DS version.

With the 1.1.1...
Welcome to the Weekend Watchlist 21! The Smashboards events system recently got a fantastic upgrade and we've combed through all of the tournaments submitted to find some of the best events being streamed this weekend to feature here. Even with Summer coming to a close the tournament scene is still kicking with many tournaments going into Fall for fans to watch. So without further ado here is the Weekend...
On October 3rd Smash Bros. players from across the globe will travel to Dearborn, Michigan for one of the biggest events in the history of the scene. Registration is closed; and all-in-all the numbers don't lie. Over 2,000 attendees have registered for the event. With Melee clocking in at whopping 1,300+ entrants in singles and 500+ for the corresponding Wii U singles. To help put that in perspective: those numbers make this event the second largest Melee tournament of all time (only trailing EVO 2015) and as one of the five largest Wii U turnouts so far in the game's young lifespan. In a...

Super Smash Flash 2 is sometimes overlooked when it comes to the fanmade Smash games. Many do not realize it has a vibrant competitive scene with its own top players, notable tournament organizers, and intricate development history. Each Wednesday over the month of September we've featured an article about some aspect of the game. We've learned about the game's history, one of...

Missed the best moments from the past week in the competitive Smash community? EMG has you covered and just posted the 38th installment of their Play of the Week series! Featured in this episode is Ranai's unbelievable Villager comeback in Umebura FAT's Japan vs. The World crew battle and highlights from tournaments around the globe, including Helix and Super Smash On Tap to name a few.

You can watch EP #38 video below:

Thanks to the work of the Super Smash Bros. 64 community, the game has returned to Genesis. Last time, Super Smash Bros. 64 was a side event featuring few but notable players like Isai, SuperBoomFan and JaimeHR. The game will be joining Super Smash Bros. For Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Melee as one of the three main events.

This will be the first major tournament that 64 legend Isai will be participating in since winning APEX 2014. Ever since then, majors such as APEX 2015, Super Smash Con and Smash Of Ages have been won by SuperBoomFan, who himself placed 3rd at APEX 2014.
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